Archive for November 2014

Winter Opportunities at the Blue Quill Angler

Some anglers are saddened by the onset of winter, while others welcome the change of season. Winter has become one of our favorite times of the year to fly fish, especially when we’re seeking a little solitude. Anglers willing to endure the elements will typically find uncrowded conditions and a few cooperative trout on almost…

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The Change of Season is Upon Us

Autumn brings excellent dry fly fishing with blue-winged olives, Tricos, and midges. With diminishing irrigation demand, flows become the most consistent of the year. This alone, provides optimum conditions for dependable dry fly fishing. The fall blue-winged olive is known as the Puesdocleon, or the tiny blue-winged olive. I recommend cramming your fly boxes with…

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Pat Dorsey Fly Fishing